While the offense was limited on Friday night, the timely hits and patient approaches were out in full force as the RubberDucks willed their way to a 3-2 victory on Friday using this philosophy. The IBI's Daniel Sherriff explains in the latest 'Ducks Report.
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Will Mike Clevinger force the Indians' hand with his early-season dominance in Columbus? Could other promotions already be in order for Tribe prospects? When will we see Francisco Mejia in Cleveland. The IBI's Jake Dungan tackles all these questions in the first edition of the new weekly minor league feature "Four-thoughts".
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The 2017 countdown continues with a catching prospect who has it all with the arm and bat to be one of the game's next big stars behind the plate and the future heir apparent to the starting catching position in Cleveland...
Snowy conditions forced a high-scoring affair between the Akron RubberDucks and Bowie Baysox to end after seven and a half innings on Thursday evening from Canal Park in Akron, Ohio.
The future of the Cleveland Indians organization is looking bright, especially at the catcher position. Francisco Mejia was optioned to Double-A Akron on Wednesday after batting .421 with two home runs and eight RBIs this spring.
The Cleveland Indians pounded out 15 hits behind six shutout innings from their bullpen in a tightly contested 6-5 defeat to the San Francisco Giants. Josh Tomlin took the loss after allowing six runs (five earned) in three frames.
Even with a four-homer afternoon and 11-3 victory over the San Diego Padres, the Cleveland Indians left Sunday's ballgame with a sour taste in their mouth because power-hitting prospect Nellie Rodriguez sprained his right ankle. The IBI's John Alfes has the recap...
In addition to Danny Salazar's four innings of shutout pitching, the Cleveland Indians mustered just enough offense to surpass their AL Central competition on Saturday at Peoria Stadium.